MSI Launches Graphics Cards Based On ATI 80nm Radeon X1950 PRO

"MSI Launches Graphics Cards Based On ATI 80nm Radeon X1950 PRO"

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MSI has released its latest new card to the market, the RX1950PRO, which respectively use ATI's top-of-the-line RV570 graphics processing chips, and promises users the most stunning 3D visual effects possible. The cards are available in 512Mb and 256Mb flavours.



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21-10-2006, 00:05:32

anyone playing this game ?

21-10-2006, 06:11:29

Yeah I've still got it and fire it up every now and again.

21-10-2006, 08:13:30

I beat it for PS2 a while ago. Pretty fun until Need for Speed Most Wanted came uot. That game was the best. I can't wait till the new one Need for Speed Carbon Fiber.

21-10-2006, 08:40:13

NFS:U2 was brilliant. I felt let down a little with most wanted because they ditched most of the customization options. Only 5 kits per car, wth!

Ended up with my 1st car being left stock other than some 18" OZs becasue all the kits were minging.

21-10-2006, 08:46:11

On Most Wanted I had some sick looking cars. I had an Evo, IS300, Murcielago, CL500, Mustang, and a 911 Turbo.

21-10-2006, 09:44:17

I've played both U2 and MW and I like U2 better. As ham said, I like the amount of customization that U2 had, which MW seemed to ditch.

And playing any racing game with my logitech momo racing wheel makes it that much more fun. :)

21-10-2006, 15:09:19

the graphics in mw looks like crap and everything goes in a yellowish colour.
u2 has clean colours and clear graphics and superior gamefeeling.

im driving mostly with the keyboard and in mw i found it a bit difficult to get the turning right and the steering was sluggish and the car all over the road.
in u2 the steering is quick and responsive and the car doesnt wobble around all over the road.

any favorite cars in u2 ??
mine is the toyota corrola, has superior handling to all other cars and can take corners very fast and it can easily do 300+

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